Tag Archives: Circle

Meditative Movement

In these last months, as if we haven’t been too sedentary in the first place, we have been almost nothing but stuck in and out of sorts with finding ways to keep moving.  This is counter to what is best … Continue reading

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Jesus Wept (Ephphatha)

God took the form of man and lived experiencing all that we do.  In so doing, He experienced all of our feelings.  Based in part on John 11:38: Jesus Wept (Ephphatha) by Michael Doyle One of the best secrets never … Continue reading

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Dead Men and Their Tales

Even Al Capone thought of himself as a public servant… Dead Men and Their Tales by Michael Doyle It is strange so it seems Clinging to faraway dreams Thoughts stuffed inside my head Dedicated to a father long since dead … Continue reading

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Gratitude For A Unified Field of Connection

A poem in the light of gratitude #20: Gratitude For A Unified Field of Connection by Michael Romani Increasingly one for less and less punctuality While I search for gratitude as my reality I find much of it has to … Continue reading

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Dignity of Being

On the dignity of being that says all has its place and there is no such thing as not being good enough.  We are all either exactly what God intends us to be or finding our way to this. Dignity … Continue reading

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Wolf’s Call Coming

Love and life are becoming increasingly clearer in my mind as part of one and the same.  Without love there is no life, without life there is no love.  And what of this to a man who has been told … Continue reading

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Tea Leaf Sarabande

A sort of a kitchen sink sort of a poem… or maybe more of a tea cup’s worth of observations…. Tea Leaf Sarabande by Michael Romani Reading future in leaves of tea Broken lines filled with symmetry Trolls they say … Continue reading

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Rite of Your Own Story

Each tale told has its own writer.  This is especially true of our own tales. Rite of Your Own Story by Michael Romani In the rite of our own personal story There can be no big truth or glory Until … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Knowledge of This World Begins In Its Details

“Whosoever wishes to know about the world must learn about it in its particular details. Knowledge is not intelligence. In searching for the truth be ready for the unexpected. Change alone is unchanging. The same road goes both up and … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Peace Is Found In Having Compassion For All Things

“Until he extends the circle of his compassion to all living things, man will not himself find peace.”  -Albert Schweitzer, philosopher, physician, musician, Nobel laureate (14 Jan 1875-1965)              

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